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... kadar üzgün
Açlık ve gözyaşı
İnsan hep umut eder
Ne olursa olsun
Today the news that you heard
Makes you feel ashamed
Murder is being committed
Today for the sake of religion and race
Mostar Bridge has been collapsed
How sad ...
... between east and west, a time when Croats, Bosniaks, and Serbs lived together as one. Its destruction was such a clear symbol of the separation and conflict happening at the time; I like to think that its restoration is also a symbol of what is happening now. But I think it’s more complicated than that. It’s still very much a city of three divided peoples.
The other side of the bridge hosts most of the restaurants, lots of charming ...
... the river and follow the smaller roads towards the old town, but the way we went took us through an area still littered with shelled buildings riddle with bullet holes and larger shell holes. Many still lie derelict and are a stark reminder of how this town was a major war zone only twenty years ago. The juxtaposition of this area with its reminder of the destructive nature of humanity at times and the old town five minutes up the road, which has to br ...
... to compare it to but as this one is heavily filled with tourists everyday I suppose it might have been slightly different. It was pretty cool inside with rugs covering the entire ground, amazing lights and coloured glass windows. It was also built in 1617 so it was pretty cool. We climbed the skinny steps all the way up the top of the minaret and we were in fact impressed with the view. We even timed it pretty well as we got to see someone finally make their jump from the ...
... feel for when a city is safe and when you need to be careful, and Mostar feels safe. It looks sad on the surface, but beneath the surface there are beautiful people and a beautiful spirit. It's hard to explain in any meaningful way the effect that this city and Jeke's stories had on me, but suffice it to say that it was a unique experience that I will never forget. When Jas and I said goodbye to Jeke, much later, he made us promise never to forget Mostar and its stories; it was an easy promise to ...